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Brian Eno

Ambient pioneer, glam rocker, hit producer, multimedia artist, technical innovator, worldbeat proponent, and self-described nonmusician — during the period of his lengthy, prolific, and immensely important career, Brian Eno was many of these things and far, much more. Identifying his innovative pathways using a deck of instructional, Tarot-like credit cards …

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Position Normal

It came like a shock to nobody that Placement Normal’s Chris Bailiff and John Cushway were former artwork college students — you couldn’t show if their found-sound, cut-and-paste collages were the consequence of too many medicines or perhaps a complete absence thereof. Their 1999 debut, Quit Your Nonsense, discovered release …

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Astralasia

The mysterious ambient-dub and tribal house unit referred to as Astralasia ties in with other Uk electro-hippie mystics such as for example Eat Static, Banco de Gaia and frequent collaborators Suns of Arqa. Following a self-titled debut recording within the miniscule Fungi label, Astralasia shifted to the Magick Attention label, …

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Al Gromer Khan

Created in Bavaria in 1946, Alois Gromer offers lived in Britain, India, and Morocco, which broadened his music tastes and executing style. He went to a recital by sitarist Vilayat Khan and was therefore shifted that he devoted his existence and artwork to the analysis from the sitar. After learning …

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Mort Garson

Mort Garson features perhaps one of the most exclusive and outright bizarre resumés in popular music, spanning from easy hearing occult-influenced space-age electronic pop — all in exactly the same 10 years, no less. Delivered July 20, 1924, within the Canadian town of St. John, New Brunswick, Garson went to …

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Mother Mallard’s Portable Masterpiece Co.

The world’s first synthesizer ensemble was formed by David Borden in 1969, initially like a live band to execute their very own versions of classics through the classical/minimalist repertoire of Terry Riley, Steve Reich, Robert Ashley, and Philip Glass. Borden have been operating as composer-in-residence for the Ithaca, NY school …

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Adam Forkner

Adam Forkner was a founding person in Yume Bitsu and Surface area of Eceon, and in addition recorded and engineered performers at K Information’ Dub Narcotic Studio room, including Calvin Johnson, Small Wings, Wolf Colonel, Greg Weeks, and Kinski. His single recording, [[[[VVRSSNN]]]] (pronounced “edition”), combined digital noises with vocals …

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Thomas Brinkmann

Together with Mike Ink, the essential Route collective and Pole, Thomas Brinkmann is among the leaders within the ongoing German-born research of isolationist dub-inspired techno. Though he’s been famed for productions by himself Utmost Ernst label, Brinkmann obtained a name within the experimental and techno community for his full-length remixes …

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This Heat

Despite their extremely short-lived tenure, U.K. experimentalist trio This Temperature left out a legacy that could open the doorways for the forming of forward-thinking styles like post-rock, commercial, and post-punk. The group arrived collectively in January of 1976 in Brixton, London, comprised of Charles Bullen, Charles Hayward, and Gareth Williams. …

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Peter Zummo

Instrument schooling, trombone as well as other winds using the legendary Carmine Caruso. Also analyzed with Roswell Rudd, Jim Fulkerson, didgeridoo with Stuart Dempster, digital music with Alvin Lucier, and is at the entire world Music system at Wesleyan University or college. Zummo’s many compositions for ensemble (incl. Zummo Labs, …

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